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  • Lacoste upsets odds to land Eid-ul-Azha Cup

    KARACHI: Three-year-old bay filly Lacoste lowered the colours of three form horses to land the Eid-ul-Azha Cup as two riders escaped injuries in the back-to-back races of the Gymkhana race meeting at the Karachi Racecourse on Sunday...

    Outsider Lacoste, who completed the board in the last outing on Sept 6, quickly overtook front runner Neem Tree and coasted to a three-length victory...

  • Protesters pour out onto streets in Sindh towns after police action against Faizabad sit-in

    HYDERABAD: Enraged workers of various religious outfits took to the streets in many Sindh towns, burnt tyres on roads and staged sit-ins outside press clubs in the wake of police action against activists of Tehreek Labbaik Ya Rasoolallah to break up their protest sit-in in Islamabad early on Saturday...

    Hyderabad witnessed abrupt closure soon after news about the operation against protesters was aired on TV channels
  • PTI leads race for Peshawar’s NA-4 as results pour in

    According to data available from the Election Commission of Pakistan's (ECP) newly-introduced Result Transmission System (RTS), PTI's Arbab Amir Ayub is leading the race for the NA-4 constituency in Peshawar with 43,812 votes...

    Many observers consider the by-poll a litmus test for the popularity of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) government in the province...

  • Condolences pour in following Dina Wadia's demise

    Soon after news broke about the death of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah's only daughter Dina Wadia on Thursday, messages of condolences started to pour in through social media...

    Though Dina never lived in Pakistan, she was seen as a historic figure not only because she was the only daughter of the nation's founder, but also because she was one of the few who had witnessed the bloody partition of 1947...

  • Yemenis pour out in support for former president Saleh

    Hundreds of thousands of Yemenis descended on Sanaa on Thursday in a major show of force for former president Ali Abdullah Saleh, whose alliance with the country's Houthi rebels has been shaken by mutual distrust...

    Tensions have been rising between Saleh and his one-time foe, rebel chief Abdul Malik al-Houthi, who joined ranks in 2014 in a shock alliance that drove the Saudi-backed government of Abd Rabbu Mansour Hadi out of the capital...
  • IMF, EU pour cold water on Greek debt deal hopes

    BRUSSELS: Greece’s creditors piled pressure on cash-strapped Athens on Thursday as the IMF pulled its team out of talks and the EU warned Athens to stop gambling with the possibility of default and a messy exit from the eurozone...

    The International Monetary Fund said an agreement remained far-off after a five-month stalemate with Greece’s anti-austerity government, which faces being unable to pay huge debts at the end of the month
  • Condolences pour in for copter crash victims

    HRCP: The Human Rights Commission of Pakistan (HRCP) has expressed deep sorrow over the death of Norwegian Ambassador Leif H...

    In his death, the civil society in Pakistan has lost not only a fine human being and an ally but also a dependable friend...

  • Jubilant PTI workers pour out onto streets to celebrate Nawaz’s disqualification

    HYDERABAD: Overjoyed activists of Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) and other parties across Sindh poured out onto the streets where they danced and distributed sweets after TV channels flashed news about the Supreme Court’s verdict in Panama Papers case on Friday, disqualifying Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and taking punitive action against his family members...

    In Karachi, PTI activists took out a rally and in Hyderabad, workers of PTI,...

  • Refugees pour into Germany as pope urges followers to give them shelter

    BERLIN: Thousands more refugees streamed into Germany on Sunday, greeted with cheers and ‘welcome’ signs, as Pope Francis called on every Catholic parish in Europe to take in a migrant family...

    In moving scenes, the newcomers clutching their children and sparse belongings stepped off trains to applause from well-wishers who held balloons, snapped photos and gave them water, food and clothes
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